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How To Configure Vue.js REST API Consumption with Axios
Tutorials Vue.js
Introduction> Introduction # In Vue 2.0, the developers decided that having a built-in HTTP client module was rather redundant and could be better serviced by third-party libraries. The alternative most frequently recommended is Axios.
How To Add Two-Way Data Binding to Custom Components in Vue.js
Tutorials Vue.js
Introduction> Introduction # In this article, you will learn about how to add the v-model directive for custom components in Vue.js. While the v-model directive is a powerful asset to add two-way data binding in vanilla Vue.
How to Use Vue.js and Axios to Display Data from an API
Tutorials Development JavaScript Vue.js
Introduction> Introduction # Vue.js is a front-end JavaScript framework for building user interfaces. It’s designed from the ground up to be incrementally adoptable, and it integrates well with other libraries or existing projects.
How To Write Class-Based Components with Vue.js and TypeScript
Tutorials Vue.js
Introduction> Introduction # Vue.js 2 supports class-style components. If you are coming from an Angular (2+) background, you are probably familiar with the pattern of writing components as classes using properties and decorators to describe more complex parts of your component.
Throttling and Debouncing Events with Vue.js and lodash
Tutorials Vue.js
Introduction> Introduction # Event throttling and debouncing refer to two approaches to improve performance and potentially lower network overhead. While Vue.js 1 used to have native support for debouncing events, it was removed in Vue.
How To Iterate Over Items in Vue.js With V-for
Tutorials Vue.js
Introduction> Introduction # A common requirement for front-end applications is listing out items. It can take the form of a to-do list and card systems. Vue.js supports rendering lists of items onto the browser using the built-in v-for< core directive.
How To Build a Modal Component with Vue.js
Tutorials Development Vue.js
Introduction> Introduction # Modals are a user experience convention to direct a user’s attention to a piece of content that they need to read or interact with. These tend to take the form of small blocks of content directly in the field of vision of the user with some sort of backdrop either obscuring or hiding the rest of the content on the page.
How To Use Environment Variables in Vue.js
Tutorials Vue.js
Introduction> Introduction # In a web app, you will most likely have to access a backend API server through a URL. In a development environment – when you are working locally, this URL can be something like: http://localhost:8080/api.
How To Update Page Title and Metadata with Vue.js and vue-router
Tutorials Vue.js
Introduction> Introduction # vue-router is an excellent routing solution for Vue.js, but requires additional configuration to update the page title and metadata on route change. There will be times where you will want the title of the browser to change when the page changes.
Render Raw HTML In Your Vue Apps
Tutorials Vue.js
Though it’s not that often, sometimes there is actually a good reason for needing to insert raw HTML stored as strings into the DOM. Very rarely, of course. In most cases you should never do this, as this opens you up to a variety of XSS attacks.
Integrating Vue.js and
Tutorials Vue.js
Websockets are a powerful way to enable bidirectional communication between the client and the server, and is one of the leading libraries that simplifies connection handling with websockets and alternative transports.
Understanding Vue.js Lifecycle Hooks
Tutorials Vue.js
Introduction> Introduction # Lifecycle hooks are a window into how the library you are using works behind the scenes. Lifecycle hooks allow you to know when your component is created, added to the DOM, updated, or destroyed.
How To Create a Global Event Bus in Vue 2
Tutorials Vue.js
Introduction> Introduction # The event bus / publish-subscribe pattern is a way of getting unrelated sections of your application to talk to each other. The event system used in Vue components can be used in an event bus / publish-subscribe pattern.
How To Use Style and Class Bindings in Vue.js
Tutorials Vue.js
Introduction> Introduction # In this article, you will learn about dynamic style and class bindings in Vue.js. With the v-bind:style directive, you will visualize your font size on a click event.